At 17, I’d choose a song, collect images from Google and put it all together on Windows Movie Maker with lyrics. They’re still on YouTube… Then I started making short birthday videos for friends.
My IT teacher always said that I had quite an imagination so he told me to forget about data verification/validation and focus on getting my nonsensical thoughts on paper. That’s when I went on to study Media Writing at university. After graduating, I found that I really enjoyed video production and screenwriting. I then completed a one-year filmmaking programme working on short documentaries and live events (see portfolio). My days of Windows Movie Maker are no more, I now use Adobe Premiere Pro.
I’m always interested in collaboration – shoot me a message if you’d like to do some work together!
I run a social enterprise called The Film Bunch – we make films and events accessible for people with hearing loss.
I do weekly filmmaking workshops for young people.
I doodle every now and then. Currently learning about animation!